|Liebchen am Bache - Oberbayerische Bauernkapelle|
The Cylinder Archive [www.cylinder.de] release for January 2014: This Edison Blue Amberol is one of the later German series and was recorded August of 1917. Given that, we can be sure this cylinder never reached the market in Germany at all as the United States had entered World War in April of that same year. The original recording was made on an Edison Diamond Disc and acoustically dubbed to a cylinder master, which was done surprisingly well...
Keywords: cylinder record; edison; german; band; instrumental; blue amberol; 1917
|Norma: Me protegge, me difende - Oreste Mielino|
The Cylinder Archive [www.cylinder.de] release for November 2009: Oreste Mieli (Mielino) performs an opera selection from Norma. This recording was made in 1901 where the Edison Phonograph Co. had made a series done in Milan, Italy. The cylinder itself, however this cylinder was not issued prior to 1904. An unusual aspect is the missing Edison name in the announcement.
Keywords: cylinder record; black wax; opera; tenor; italian; milan; milano; italia; classical
|Die holde Weiblichkeit - Oscar Stolberg|
The Cylinder Archive [www.cylinder.de] release for March 2012, a couplet performed by Oscar Stolberg. Recorded at the New York City Edison studio 1914, just few months before the fire destroyed the cylinder recording facility, which then caused the Edison Phonograph Co. to acoustically dub their cylinders from pre-recorded Diamond Discs. Stolberg made several comic recordings for the German series...
Keywords: cylinder record; edison; blue amberol; 4-minute; 1914; stolberg; reutter; otto reutter; comic; german; acoustic
|Spoken Words by Otto von Bismarck - Otto von Bismarck|
The Cylinder Archive [www.cylinder.de] release for February 2012: This cylinder was found in a collection at the Edison National Historical Park, NJ. Its historically significant contant was first discovered by Stephan Puille. Although it was known to have been made, for more than a century, this recordings was believed to be lost. It was recorded by Theo Wangemann in Friedrichsruh, Germany on Oct 7, 1889...
Keywords: cylinder record; edison; bismarck; wangemann